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such as web applications developers, web designers, paid search and natural search engine optimization experts. all the way to business analysts. we're also looking for energetic and driven talent to join our expanding inside sales teams. >> now are these permanent jobs and where are they located in the country? >> yes, these are all full-time red ventures positions. we have a few spots still remaining for our summer internship program for rising college seniors. the positions are spread across all three of our locations. so our headquarters facility in ft. mill, south carolina, which is just about a mile from charlotte, north carolina. where we were recently named the best place to work for the second year in a row. and our two additional locations in san antonio, texas, and miami, florida. >> now most of the jobs are in sales and marketing, but does the company offer on-the-job training? >> absolutely, we do. you know, we do not necessarily require previous experience. so for our inside sales positions, we're looking for that self-starter, driven individual to come into our program. and we o
by companies that really have a knack for understanding search engine optimization. those companies are often referred to as content farms. you click on them, you know, you get something that's remotely related to what you're looking for, but potentially isn't very helpful, might even be factually inaccurate, and is probably covered with ads so that the company that created the content can reap the benefits there. >> so, how is google tweaking things? i mean, for all of us, is it, i guess the concept, should we broaden the search or should we reduce the search words? >> one of the things google keeps very much under lock and key is how it handles its search algorithm, so there's a lot of very calculated tweaking going on there and a lot of that is absolutely not open to the public. >> then they've got the psychic i'm feeling lucky button, too. so they have to be thinking what you're thinking, exactly what you want, so that has to be right. >> absolutely. and i think google has something at stake here because these companies have figured out how to gain its algorithm and get higher rankings. i
's a much better way than a one size fits all search engine. having search engines optimized for what you're already doing. >> rose: what does that mean for google? >> i think google has an enormous strategic problem. i think of google as a genius company. microsoft anding into rl the most disadvantage bid apple. they were monopolists of the world of wired internet, back on p.c.s. microsoft had 96% share of operating systems five years ago and google had -- >> rose: 95% five years ago? >> yes. 96% five years ago. >> rose: windows was 95% of operating systems? >> of connected operating systems so they were just competing with macintosh. then i.o.s. and the apple products come and today smart phones are half of all connected devices. so microsoft lost half of the market. so it went from 96% to half of that simply because of not participating in smart phones and the case of google search went from being the most important application in the wired web to a not very important application on mobile and so even though google's share is higher on mobile than desktop, people are doing fewer searc
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